You’ll never have an off day golfing in Eurobodalla, no matter how badly you play. The breathtaking natural scenery, embracing all of the region’s golf courses, makes every round a pleasure.

Narooma

Narooma Golf Course, set on one of the world’s most stunning coastlines, is regularly voted in the top 100 Australian golf courses. The legendary Hogan’s Hole has become golfing folklore. Hitting over the ocean onto a cliff top green is truly something to behold…bring a spare set of balls.

The back 9 winds through beautiful forest with many testing holes, water features and sand traps. It’s a course that offers the best of two worlds.

Narooma golf course
Catalina Country Club
Batemans Bay and Moruya

In Batemans Bay, the 27 hole championship course at Catalina Country Club can stretch the total length of the par 72 to over 6,000 metres, featuring several par fours well over 370 metres. The foundations of the course layout date back more than 50 years. A generally flat course challenges players with plenty of water hazards, sand traps and timber to ensnare wayward shots, offering a true test of golfing skill.

Your short game will be tested at the enormous 40 metre double green at Moruya Golf Club, which regularly requires prodigious putts following wayward approach shots. Although a generally flat layout, the course can be deceptive, demanding considerable attention. There are plenty of pitfalls with tight fairways, doglegs, water features and sloping greens. Throw in a blustery nor-easter and you will find out why this is a course for the thinking golfer!

Golf course
Tomakin and Tuross Head

Crackajack Golf at The Moorings resort is perfect for pros and amateurs alike. Set alongside the Tomago River at Tomakin and featuring USPGA recommended ‘Perched Water Table Greens’, this 9-hole golf course is definitely worth a visit.

The picturesque coastal village of Tuross Head is home to a magnificent 9-hole course with double tees that provide for an exciting 18 holes of golf. Tuross Head Country Club course winds its way around a steep hillside where your uphill staying power is well rewarded with spectacular views over the lake and ocean.

After sliding the putter into the bag at the 18th, you will find so much else to enjoy on your travels. From stunning beaches, bushwalking, cruise boats and fishing to historic villages, galleries and artists’ studios.

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